Dry Bulk & Specialist Cargo Handling

Select Paper Category
Select Paper Type
October 14, 2022
Tommy Felch and Andrew Johnson, Founders, Global Rigging & Transport
Edition: End-to-End Supply Chain
October 3, 2022
Boštjan Pavlič, Head of Health Protection and Ecology, Port of Koper
Edition: Sustainability and Eco-Friendly Developments
October 3, 2022
Horace Lo, Group Managing Director/CEO, Modern Terminals Limited
Edition: Sustainability and Eco-Friendly Developments
March 8, 2022
Heinrich Beintmann, Senior Project Manager, BEUMER Group
Edition: Container Terminal Automation
June 3, 2020
Speaking to Port Technology International, Roger Clasquin, Chief Commercial Officer, RAK Ports, described the needs of a modern port specializing in break bulk, the effects of COVID-19 on the port and what the future holds for the location
Roger Clasquin, Chief Commercial Officer, RAK Ports
Edition: Strengthening the Supply Chain
January 8, 2019
This paper looks at how the dry bulk market has fared amid the trade war
Peter Sand, Chief Shipping Analyst, BIMCO
Edition: Edition Online
December 11, 2018
This paper offers a review the bulk sector in 2018, and looks to what 2019 holds
Rahul Sharan, Lead Research Analyst, Drewry
Edition: Edition Online
May 29, 2018
This paper looks into the development of the SCORE Samalaju Industrial Park
Daniel Mahr, Energy Associates, P.C., USA
Edition: Linking the Supply Chain
May 29, 2018
This paper addresses how the repeal of the ban on exporting US crude oil and the first US LNG export facilities coming online are certainly recent game changers for US energy ports
Sean Strawbridge, Chief Executive Officer, Port of Corpus Christi Authority, USA
Edition: Linking the Supply Chain
February 26, 2018
Why is it that progress in information technology generates so much excitement in the container shipping industry, yet hardly gets any press when it comes to bulk?
Kris Kosmala, Vice President APAC, Quintiq
Edition: AI & Intelligence
December 6, 2017
To meet the challenges of future global food production demands, grain handling systems need to minimise waste at every stage in the logistics chain. This is why investing in an efficient system is a shrewd long-term decision by a port. Investments in port-machinery are, by their nature, long-term. The World Bank estimates that from now until 2050, global food production will need to increase by at least 50%, despite a crop yield that may by that time have diminished by 25% due to climate change. Ports, shipping and logistics will come under unprecedented pressure to ensure that as little grain cargo as possible is wasted. Handling facilities which spill, degrade, or otherwise waste these increasingly vital grain cargoes will not be regarded sympathetically – wise considerations for port operators when making their next investment.
Peter Göransson, Siwertell Sales Manager, Siwertell, Gunnarstorp, Sweden
Edition: Cyber Risk & Security
December 6, 2017
When unloading bulk commodities from cargo ships, there are several major challenges to consider in mitigating fugitive dust emissions, including: wind velocity, type of cargo, height of the ship, unloading method and the port’s proximity to residential and commercial areas. All of these factors can impact air quality compliance and workplace safety, as well as community relations. As local, state and federal air quality regulations get stricter, the issue of fugitive dust control and resulting runoff of water used to suppress fugitive dust becomes an increasing concern for port operators.
Jason Lesch, Technical Service Coordinator, BossTek, Peoria, US
Edition: Cyber Risk & Security

Cookie Policy. This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.